Fauci knew Trump was in a precarious situation at the Rose Garden event for Amy Coney Barrett’s SCOTUS nomination.
Jerry Seinfeld appeared on Sunday’s "60 Minutes" and talked about New York returning to prominence once the COVID-19 pandemic is under control.
Woodward believes that had Trump been honest with the public about the dangers of the coronavirus, the country would be in a better position.
“60 Minutes” correspondent Lesley Stahl says she's feeling better after a battle with COVID-19 that left her hospitalized for a week.
Joaquin Phoenix said there were helicopters overhead and people trying to sneak onto his family's land following the death of his brother, River.
According to a former New York City Medical Examiner, Jeffrey Epstein's autopsy photos leave room for speculation about the sex offender's death.
Former “60 Minutes” correspondent Lara Logan, whose 2013 report about the Benghazi attacks was retracted by CBS News over inaccuracies, is suing New York magazine over an article about the fallout that she claims tarnished her career. Logan, who lives in Texas, is seeking $25 million in the lawsuit filed last week in a federal court in Austin.
CEO Susan Wojcicki told '60 Minutes,' “We have been working really hard to figure out what's the right way to balance responsibility with freedom of speech.”
Joe Biden had some strong language in response to Trump's insistence the 2016 Russian meddling is a hoax, and the president's continued attacks on the former VP and his son.
Chanel Miller, former "Emily Doe" in the controversial Brock Turner sexual assault case, reclaimed her identity and shared her harrowing experience for the first time on television.
Australian news magazine program "60 Minutes" is being criticized for an upcoming piece on Meghan Markle, with many saying it amounts to "bullying."
Veteran “60 Minutes” Steven Kroft will retire from the show where he has been a fixture since joining in 1989.“Steve Kroft’s reporting for ’60 Minutes’ has been as important as any correspondent’s in the history of this broadcast,” executive producer Bill Owens said in a statement on Friday. “Steve, with his sharp eye for detail, rich writing and demanding journalism, has set the bar at ’60 Minutes’ for three decades.”Kroft’s last show will be May 19 but the program will plan a special broadcast in September to celebrate his 50-year career in journalism.Also Read: Inside the CBS Upfront: James Corden Tweaks 'Blue Bloods,' and 'Big Bang Theory' Gets a SendoffKroft, who first joined CBS in 1980, is one of the network’s most celebrated reporters, and has amassed a trove of journalism awards including Peabodys and Polks during his years at the network. When he first signed on with “60 Minutes,” he joined what the network called a “Murderers’ Row” of correspondents including Mike Wallace, Morley Safer, Harry Reasoner and Ed Bradley. During his two decades on set, he became primarily known for his investigative coverage, which could often drives news cycles for days.The departure of Kroft comes as the show plans to welcome its newest correspondent, John Dickerson. Formerly host of the network’s Sunday morning program “Face the Nation,” Dickerson moved to “CBS This Morning” in January 2018. Earlier this month, he was formally moved off the show to “60 Minutes” as part of a broader shakeup by network boss Susan Zirinsky intended to juice CBS News’ moribund rantingsAmong other changes, Norah O’Donnell will replace Jeff Glor as anchor and managing editor of “CBS Evening News,” and Gayle King will be joined on “CBS This Morning” by longtime channel stalwarts Anthony Mason and Tony Dokoupil. It is unclear what future role Glor may have or even whether he will remain at CBS.Read original story Steve Kroft to Retire From ’60 Minutes’ This Month At TheWrap
Freshman Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez cited the president's reaction to Charlottesville and his stance on immigration as reasons she sees him as racist.
As departed CBS Corp. CEO Leslie Moonves’ fate looms, a new report indicates that “60 Minutes” creator Don Hewitt, who oversaw the series’ ousted chief Jeff Fager for several years, was also the subject of a sexual misconduct investigation that resulted in a payout worth more than $5 million. According to the New York Times, […]
Opening the show Monday, Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski repeatedly called Trump a “baby,” and snickered as they introduced their guests for the 6 a.m hour. “Baby President,” said Scarborough. “He wants to make it clear to you that he’s not a baby,” said Brzezinski.
On Sunday’s "60 Minutes," correspondent Lesley Stahl asked President Trump if he still thinks climate change is a hoax.
Stormy Daniels’ “60 Minutes” interview about her alleged affair with President Donald Trump led the CBS news program to big gains in the early numbers Sunday night. “60 Minutes” is currently at a 4.0 rating in adults 18-49 and 21.3 million viewers, more than doubling in both measures compared to last week. However, due to […]
“Morning Joe” regulars were roundly unimpressed by Stormy Daniels’ big interview on “60 Minutes,” blasting just about everyone involved for overhyping the contents — including Daniels, whose credibility was called into question.
Stormy Daniels details alleged affair with Donald Trump and the threats she claimed she got to stay quiet.
Olympic gold medalist Aly Raisman appeared on "60 Minutes" to share her story of being sexually abused while competing on the U.S. national gymnastics team.
Steve Bannon calls the Bush administration "idiots" and makes bold claims about the Catholic church.